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they believe they tried to kidnap a girl, we will tell you how they managed to catch photos of the suspect. and somebody is credited with leaving a two-year-old inside a hot car, the reason the mother said she left him in the hot car. this is affects thousands of people, we will explain, it is all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. good morning, we are looking at the damage left behind after fleeing from police, it also damaged a water and gas line, coming up, the traffic violation that injured two people. it is thursday, september 4th, i am pam cook. >> you know steve paulson,
right? >> i do. i didn't call him about the lime green today. >> this is back to back days. stop it. maybe a few high clouds in play and as you can see there will be a low forming right over us. delta is higher. san ramon orinda, walnut creek is close. 21 dusting to 31, -- gusting to 31, fog is burning back and we will have sunshine, fog sun, warm, water temperatures are still very warm and it is tough to cool off in that environment. for us, 70s, 80s and 90s for a few, here is sal. traffic is still doing pretty well but it is getting
busier and as you can see traffic is moving along very nicely and there are no major problems. also the morning commute continues to look good on 880 north past the coliseum. i do notice we are already getting slow traffic coming into livermore, there is just a little bit of slowing as you head west. 5:02 let's go back to the desk. high-speed chase, it ended with the suspect's jeep slamming into a carpet cleaning business, alex? >> reporter: police say this was a suspected drunk driver who led them on this dangerous chase early this morning and that suv that was on the run from police veered off the road and ploughed into the side of this rug business. you can see the damage that was
done and the suv hit the main gas line on the outside of the building and that triggered a leak. pg&e crewels had to come in and shut off of the gas and that took an hour or so. and about 12 minutes on petaluma road, there were a total of 12 people in that suv that was on the run from santa rosa police. the driver did have to be taken to the hospital after hitting the building. police say the pursuit began a couple of miles away when an officer spotted the suv running a red light but the driver refused to pull over. >> i had not had a chance to talk to the initial driver. i know they were running through red lights. >> reporter: police say the
driver is a 50-year-old man. ones he is released he will be booked on charges of reckless driving and dui. his two passengers, a man and a woman were released by police and will not be facing any charges. live this morning, alex savage, ktvu channel 2 morning news. time now 5:04 police in richmond say a man reportedly tried kidnapping a little girl. here is more on who they are looking for and how they were able to get pictures of the alleged suspect. they said she was on florida avenue. according to the teen the man grabbed her and tried to pull her into the car and she was able to run away. three days later they spotted
the suspect and took these photos of him before he ran off. they described him as 5-foot 9, his car is an older model either light blue or gray. if you have any information about the suspect you are urged to contact authorities. live from richmond, tara moriarty. we are meeting at a summit in main. if but the threat of isis militants in iraq and syria is likely to dominate the discussion. again we are looking at live pictures of the summit in whales. president barack obama and david cameron have suggested nato should play a role in containing isis. we are hearing from the family of american journalist
steven sad love. while they are grieving they also remain strong. the spokesperson delivered a message directly to the terrorist. it included passages of the koran and accused them of violating the team offings of islam. he was dedicated of covering the middle east even though he knew it was dangerous. >> he was no war junkie and he did not want to be known as the modern day lawrence of arabia. he merely wanted to give to people who had none. >> he was jewish and held both israeli and american citizenship something they apparently never knew. they are expanding their reach and in a video, he announced his group is now in india. al qaeda has now spent two years on the plan. hundred due has a strong muslim
minority. at least three states with muslim population have been put on alert following the release of this video message. back here at home in the next 6 to 8 weeks, you are going to get new mail in ballots after a mistake was found. it is used to calculate the assessments used for 10,000 property owners. if the assessment is not passed, consequences could can be devastating. >> the dramatic labor day weekend rescue on north capital avenue is all caught on camera. firefighters popped the lock and pulled the crying two-year- old from the car. the child was only in the car for two minutes but the
temperatures were already in the 90s at the time. >> we tried everything we can just to bring the patient's temperature down. >> it rises 19 degrees above whatever the air temperature is. on a 95-degree day, you are already in end a deadly -- in a deadly temperature. >> the little boy was found to be okay but the mother said she ran into the store for a minute with another child. police officials said she could be charged with child neglect. police say he apparently forgot about his child and went to work for the entire day at a navel station. they performed cpr but could not save the child and it does not appear heat was a factor in this tragedy. the police department in
ferguson missouri, mild call holder is expected -- michael holder is expected to make the announce : this is an allegation of racial profiling and the use of excessive force. >> we are not looking for another routine which allows another body to be left in the street, we are not looking for the police department to continue unchecked escalation of violence continues against citizens of our city. >> it will be separate from the current investigation into the shooting of michael brown. the unarmed teen was shot and killed during a confrontation but michael brown had highs
hands up. they recommended add $4.5 billion fine against pg&e. they want them to take into consideration the billions of dollars they have already spent for gas pipeline improvements. a high school freshman stabbed and killed. >> he was in a catholic school, he wanted to go to harvard, this guy was going to make it in life. >> the suspect under arrest was no stranger to their son. and coach harbaugh is upset and we have more on why he seemed to to be upset and snap at reporters yesterday. -- we will tell you where traffic is beginning
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team do not tolerate domestic violence. however he said mcdonald must be given due process. >> it is not about whether he is playing football or not. man or woman, he is not to be punished before due process occurs. >> ray mcdonald is accused of beating his fiance who is 10 weeks pregnant. they are still reviewing the facts in the case and final reports have not been submitted as of yet. and they are reserving decisions on how it plays out in court. now he was criticized for being too lenient on ray rice. ray rice was seen knocking
unconscious who is now his wife. the first offense they are subject to a 6 game suspension and a second offense could mean a lifetime ban. we have posted more of coach harbaugh's question-and-answer system. is it time to get the the as, they would get part of the land to build a privately funned stadium. the mayor of oakland's office said they may have something to tell us in a couple of weeks and there is no word on where this would lead the warriors. head of homeland security has been demoted. they have returned to a previous position as the city's fire boat.
it stems from an incident when police in sonoma rear-ended another vehicle while in his fire department vehicle. he then sped away from the scene with his emergency lights on. they are all on board and they have approved spending 1.2 million dollars. muni service would get better. the pole board are expected to vote and approve that measure next week. 17 5,000 people ride the light rail vehicles in san francisco every day. palo alto is about to set the stage for a unique contest and the new design, adobe creek well the nationals. on monday they are expected to
am prove a creative new bridge. don't say anything sal is back. >> i saw. >> there is no hiding when you have to wake up as early as we do. >> i kept an eye on the empire for you. brian flores took good care of it. >> thank you brian and thank you guys. traffic is doing well right now, as a matter of fact we are off to a decent start and i think i am a little rusty but the computer is doing well anyway. this is 880 westbound from the carquinez westbound, you can see it is doing nicely. also the morning commute, bay bridge toll plaza, no major problems and if you are headed
out, between hayward, there are some other clouds spinning off to the west and in just a second, there is a quiet pattern. now the low which cools down is accelerated. visiting northern montana and tail end, you can see why i show this. los altos, all within a couple of degrees, yesterday the delta breeze fell apart. went down and temperatures came through and if that holds, there are signs it will be cooler these are well above
average and they have been stuck in the 60s dollars for the longest time. the moving parallel, hurricane force winds, there is sheer change in direct and tropical storm warnings. another one says no and it will take it towards the four corners and if you have plans for san diego or l.a. sunday and monday keep an eye to the sky 40s up in the mountains, we have a lot of clouds that will burn back. so far no reports overall, once that system decides to dig down in, it is a dry forecast, one day we have it, next day we cool down and we are not traveling very far.
70s around the bay and even upper 60s due to warm water temperatures. san jose 828. he made it cooler as we head towards monday but overall, here is the change. samsung getting started, the tech giant has unveiled a virtual reality headset. the gives them a chance to get their stuff out in public. a few minutes ago, they also reported they created five jobs next month and that's 30,000 fewer than they forecasts. they are the largest in the country. after the earthquake the
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with 20 teens, they began when they broke out of their doors holding pipes, wooden boards and fire extinguishers. they were all called in to round up those teens. the new school year has a new policy -- has a new policy to can keep kids in class. suspensions simply done work as a form of punishment and cause people to drop out. that can be a pipeline to prison. they are not listening to what parents and teachers say they need. >> accept in the most extreme circumstances we want it support our young people. >> this is limited to very serious offenses and that would
include weapons and fighting and bringing drugs to school. that breaks a winning streak for same sex supporters and they wanted more than 20 consecutive court cases. they also upheld louisiana's refusal for same-sex marriages in other states and that is now being appealed. it's now legal in 19 states and the district of columbia. and he is apparently okay with including gays next year and st. patrick's' day parade. he was allowed to make the first contingent. in a statement, timothy dolan said you have my confidence and support. gay rights advocates said he wants church leaders to focus
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. welcome back, good morning to you investigators are searching for a man they say tried to kidnap a teenage girl. coming up, what the alleged victims' family did when they saw the suspect days later, stay tuned. thursday morning september 4 september 4th, i am dave clark. >> good morning, we are coming up on 530, a little cooler or about the same? >> lime green thursday.
about the same dave, pam, the delta breeze is stronger and lowest cool down two days ago moved off 50s and 60s on your temperatures and 67 as you get up around 1,700 feet. 59 in fremont and fairfield not in town though, no doubt about it when it accidentally collapsed and went 7-mile-per- hour, 70s 80s and 90s, a little breezy at times, here is sal. >> we are looking at a commute which is easier and westbound is busier here in berkeley
still a nice drive an average speeds are up between the carquinez and the bay bridge toll plaza. it is already coug up on the cash lanes with no major problems. livermore valley is very slow and you can see the traffic does get better to reach livermore. let's go back to the desk. and police in richmond are searching for a man they tried to kidnap. they say they were able to get pictures of the suspect, good morning tara. >> reporter: what is really helping police in this case is the fact that they have more than a sketch of the suspect, they actually have a photograph taken by the girl's family. now the girl who is a student atkins did i high school said she was walking home from
school at south 39th street and florida avenue when somebody tried to grab her. the teen said the man approached her just before 4:00 in the afternoon tried to pull her into a parked car but she was able to run away. three days later she and her family spotted the suspect on the 700 block of 23rd street. the girl's father chased him but was not able to catch him a family member took his photo, he is described as african- american with thin build and his car is light blue or gray. if you have any information you are urged to contact police. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 morning news. time is now 4:32 a wrap artist is accused of kidnapping a southern california woman and holding her hostage in san anselmo. he is charged with human
trafficking and taking part in a criminal street gang. they are not making any couldn't meant including how they were led to mitchell. killing of a popular high school freshman, investigators say williams was stabbed to death after visiting a corner store in the mission district yesterday afternoon. another teenage boy was attacked and have not released his name but it stems from a long standing social media dispute. >> this kid was troubling him made threats over the internet, he put up with this and didn't put up a fight or anything. >> the 14-year-old was on a near full scholarship after attend being the high school.
and two arrests with the connection of a deadly shooting. perez was arrested on suspicion of felony hit-and-run. he is being held on bail. he hit and killed 50-year-old michelle brass. the suspect's younger brother raul was accused of trying to hide the truck near bakers field. they are warning them about wasting water and the punishments they will face. and here is more on the rules that will be strictly enforced. >> reporter: pam, this is the notice that the san jose water
company has sent out to their customers telling them they need to limit their water usage during this drought. sprinklers have been going on and tuck see now runoff in the streets, any could reduce their water usage by 20%. they are focusing on outdoor watering which typically accounts for half of the usage. they are not allowed to use it for washing vehicles which does not have a device to stop the flow of water which is also prohibited. watering landscaping more than every other day is not allowed. >> i knew it was coming, you
know my parents live in livermore and they have to conserve water and not water the lawn so we do the same thing they ussery cycled water there. >> last week san jose council declared a dark declared a water shortage while the city can't fine them. the santa clara had 10 water restrictions which could be put into place. janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. and his republican debate, it will be held in a small studio in sacramento.
we watch stand inns and cash kerry want -- carry wanted so debates and they only agreed to this one. they will try real hard to score some point. you have to really be aggressive, push the governor, try and push the governor and try and get him to blow his top. >> he is expected to be questioned about his rail project which one opponent call is the crazy train. they show governor brown with a sizable lead and those who were poled plan to vote for him and 16% of the voters said they
were undecided. make sure you stay right here with us for continuing with the debate and we will have a live report on the 10:00 news. california last it. the site near reap know, it is expected to create as many as 6500 jobs. 3-year-old carlosnevada texas they were considered front runners and latent triinto the race for the factory may have worked against the golden state. >> they were going through an aggressive timeline and they had siqua and end environmentnal
cold. them need half a million to work on battery packs. and now for other didn'ts that make electric cars, they are expected to be used for power storage units. it is based in san mateo and most homeowners still depend on utilities for some of their power, some of those could let homeowners go off of the grid. trying to get away from the police and slamming into a building in the north bay, coming up, the new details we have learned about the man accused of driving that jeep. >> but first, a science experiment at a children's museum, they injured more than a dozen people. things are quickly changes on 237 as you can see it is
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four others were treated at the scene. they have now destroyed two buildings and this was first reported in both directions of highway 20 where they were temporarily closed. the website showed all the thick smoke all over the road. it is 31% contained but cal fire did not say what structure was burned. they believe the fire started after a car crash. and the ban is lifted after a month long ban. the fire started from lightning strikes on august 11th and has burned almost 72 acres and is 15% contained. they have cost $51 million to fight these flames. a red flag warning is in effect because of the combination of
low humidity and strong winds. oakland police are backing them in rejecting allegations of racism by releasing footage by the officers' body language. while the video is dark he followed department policy when he responded to a call that the garage door was left open. however the firefighter accuses the officer of racial profiling when he popped in with his two sons. >> he approached my kids with his hand on his gun, crouched and that's the way he approached a nine-year-old and 12-year-old kid standing out in front of a fire station waiting for their fire to come out. >> i work here, you can put your hands down kids.
>> he has filed a complaint against the officer and the case is being investigated by police an internal affairs. the earthquake in napa, a magnitude 3.2 earthquake rattled the area. they found out more. the quake also severely damaged the city water tank one that serves about 1800 customers in the browns family area. they have been dealing with major water pressure problems as a result. they will be meeting to talk about that big earthquake in napa and they will outline more on what is the biggest quake since 1989. that meeting will be held at the u.s. gee logical survey
building. we will talk to sal, this is an already crowded toll plaza, we hear? >> indeed. just a few minutes ago people got in just before they turn had the metering lights on and once they did, the toll plaza got filled quickly. it went from an 8 to 10 minute drive and now maybe even 25 minutes depending on where you are in line. once you get onto the bridge it looks good but things are getting into the crowded mode starting now at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is a ten minutes drive over to foster city. most of that slow traffic is evening out and 5:46 let's go to steve. low clouds, we are stuck in a pattern and the warm
temperatures, 60 and 64 degrees, keeps the coast very mild and really only suddenel changes. there is no extreme, maybe a few high clouds spinning off hurricane marie and still an area of low pressure. it accelerated and a little low is developing and we get the signature on that and that will keep the fog going. there is still this low, but nothing to draw it in. you can see it is peeling off taking aim towards noter bay. for us, there is a delta breeze which is stronger and 50s and 60s, it is kind of a push 75 i think two days ago, it was 50 and 50s for others including
heelsberg, lakeport. we'll see if this falls apart and again what seems to be coming down a little bit, off of bah-hah hurricane nor bit, it is running a little bit of a resistance. again a lot of this is going parallel to the coast as it goes into the colder water one forecast takes it into our backyard but the other says, no, it is not going to happen. if you have plans i would expect some showers and fog is there and low clouds overnight. some patchy drizzle and again day-to-day changes not a lot
going on, there is no rain, mild to warm, mild warm inland san jose, san francisco 83, that it is above and the water temperatures will not cool off, maybe some clouds moving in on monday. well, a few minutes ago, they announced unemployment claims inched upward. 203,000 under americans filed for unemployment benefits. it is still near recession lows. arizona state university said nearly 4,000 have applied to the students online college program. workers are eligible for free tuition to repay or stay with starbucks when they earn their degree. they are looking to see which
needs to be part of the requirement. quits erland tanks is the rangings. united states moved up two places from last year and into third place. the u.s. did well and into the categories of training and the ratings come from the world economic forum. >> their son was executed by terrorists, coming up, the strong message his family delivered directly to the terrorists. >> but first misspelled street names in san francisco sidewalks. the law which may be contributing to the myths takes. -- mistakes.
kind of held. marin investigators are trying to figure out who is making crank calls to 911 one putting a strain on resources. the practice is known as s.w.a.t.ing and it leads to a response supposedly from san rafael. somebody claiming to be a teen was held hostage in fairfax. >> he striped his name as john, his father had gone better circumstance and he was actually heighting inside
him house makingingit harder to trace. and a new proposal for the city's police department. they want to have half live in the city and only v half are city residence. they believe they don't agree on holding arrests in the same area they arrest people. walk outs are expected in more than 150 cities around the country. workers from jack in the box, taco bell wendy's and other fast food chains are demanding a $15 per hour wage. they want the right also to form a union. it will begin at noon and organizers have not yet told us
which restaurants will be affecteded and what is etch -- etched in the streets is spelled backwards and other letters are either missing or left out. they are looking to make them complaint with the americans' disabilities act and one worker has a theory about this problem. >> there is a right slope, there is not going to be any type of barriers family people will work work with. theythey will be asked to check the spelling with the street signs. this follows a mistake we told
you about yesterday. still on the rainbow honor walk in the castro, he was known for his bitting humor instead of biting humor interest. and transgender is missing the letter s. they are hoping to fix those mistakes. another baby left in a hot car. >> our mission was to get that baby out as soon as possible. the quick thinking that saved his life plus social media, the big party it is rumored to be part of in the south bay. they don't have a lot on it including the golden gate bridge, but there are some slow spots around we will update
those coming up. concord is clear, livermore cloudy, another push of the fog upper 80s and 90s will have continue today? we will be right back. and find the truth. ♪ we're all born wild. ♪ let's keep it that way. the 2014 4runner. toyota. let's go places. exactly the way you want it... until boom, it's bedtime! your mattress is a battleground of thwarted desire. enter the sleep number bed. right now, all beds are on sale. he's the softy. his sleep number setting is 35. you're the rock, at 60. and snoring? sleep number's even got an adjustment for that. you can only find sleep number at a sleep number store.
. as the jeep crashes we will tell you why the driver was arrested. and the attempted kidnapping of a 15-year-old girl. how they were able to get pictures. and the debate tied to a political showdown. letters have gone out warning people about their water usage and we will tell you about the possible consequence this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. a high-speed chase at the santa rosa company, you are looking live at the damage left behind a after an suv slammed into that building,